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Pond Leaks

By Jeff Berti
Most ponds lose some water due to leaks, and it’s not uncommon for the water level in ponds to fall in the summer or during times of drought. However, the Missouri Department of Conservation says if your pond is chronically low, then you may have a problem that needs attention.
The most common cause of pond leaks is tree roots penetrating the dam. Cutting large trees isn’t

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Tennis Practice Begins Aug. 4

Trenton girls’ tennis practice will begin on Monday, Aug. 4. Practice will run from 8-10 a.m. at the high school tennis courts. Any girl entering grades 9-12 at Trenton High School is eligible to play.
To compete, players must have a completed physical form either with them or on file at the THS office.

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RCC Men’s League Week 14

The Riverside Country Club Men’s Golf League was back in action on Wednesday night, competing in the 14th week of action.
Cliff Roeder had the low score on the night, carding a 36. Curt Thorne was one stroke behind with a 37 and Gary Ferguson, Bill Fries and Mike Figg all scored 38. Ferguson had the best net score, finishing with a 28 after handicaps were figured. John Kennebeck had

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Trenton Softball Camp

McKinley Hurley

McKinley Hurley

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold
Trenton shortstop McKinley Hurley works through a fielding drill during the Trenton Softball Camp, which opened Tuesday morning at the Ebbe Sports Complex. The camp, open to students entering grades seven to 12 this fall, runs through Thursday and is designed to focus on the fundamentals and prepare players for the upcoming season.

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Trenton Football Camp

9-23 Football campR-T Photo/Seth Herrold
The Trenton High School team football camp wrapped up on Tuesday night at the practice field west of the high school. The camp ran July 14-18 and July 21 and 22. The Bulldogs will now travel to Indianola, IA for the annual Simpson College Football Camp, which runs today and Thursday.

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Hoops Looking Forward To 10th Year

Five months from today, the 10th annual High School Holiday Hoops will tip off on the campus of North Central Missouri College in Trenton.
“Not only is celebrating the 10th anniversary a big deal, but in honor of the 10th year, a total of 100 teams will take to the court of the Ketcham Community Center,” Hoops’ Director Steve Maxey said. “This was a goal of the steering committee as

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Ponds Provide Food For Fish

By Jeff Berti
If you grow your own vegetables, try to imagine never cultivating, pulling the weeds or thinning young plants from your garden. Or, how about harvesting vegetables before they are actually ready? As you know, a productive garden must be properly managed, so you would not expect much of a yield if you managed it like this.
You may not realize it, but private ponds and lakes are

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TBA Swim Party

The annual TBA swim party will be held on Monday at the Trenton Family Aquatic Center.
The party runs from 6:30-8:30 p.m. and is open to all children who participated in TBA games this summer.

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QB Club Grandparent Lines

The Trenton Quarterback Club is once again offering “Grandparent Lines” in the annual Black and Gold Book. Grandparents of Trenton High School and Trenton Middle School football players can have their names included in the book for a charge of $10.
The “Grandparents Line” information should include the player’s name and the names of the grandparents as to be listed in the book. The information and payment should be mailed

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